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Threads of Yoga

Themes, Reflections, and Meditations to Weave into Your Practice

Pamela Seelig

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Deepen and invigorate your yoga practice with yogic themes based on ancient wisdom designed to inspire you on and off the mat.

Yoga draws many practitioners because of its physical benefits--from exercise to stress relief--but it is the recognition and experience of peace that keeps people returning to yoga and turning the focus of their practice from the physical to the spiritual. For those seeking deeper spiritual teachings, Threads of Yoga brings yoga philosophy from the ashram to your mat.

Threads of Yoga is comprised of short chapters that introduce practitioners to 30 foundational yogic themes, such as letting go, the breath, the yamas and the niyamas, and the chakra system. Each theme is accompanied by practices, which might include a meditation, complementary poses, breath work, or quotes to contemplate. It is an ideal guide to deepen personal practice or to assist teachers in what is often the most difficult aspect of building an excellent yoga class: developing a theme and then supporting that motif throughout the class. Drawing on over twenty years of experience as a yoga teacher and practitioner, Pamela Seelig offers a much-needed resource for yoga practitioners and teachers who want to connect with and share the spiritual wisdom of yoga.


Praise For Threads of Yoga: Themes, Reflections, and Meditations to Weave into Your Practice

Threads of Yoga is a timely honoring of this ancient, essential tradition. Thank you Pamela; this long-awaited resource is relevant for practitioners and teachers alike who long to live the wisdom of yoga and share it broadly with those who wish to learn.”—Elena Brower, bestselling author of Practice You, Being You, and Art of Attention

Shambhala, 9781611808797, 240pp.

Publication Date: September 28, 2021



About the Author

PAMELA SEELIG is a yoga teacher based in New Jersey. She has trained with Seane Corn, Dharma Mittra, Sally Kempton, David Swenson, and Swami Divyananada and Swami Ramananda of Integral Yoga, among others. She began her yoga and meditation journey in 1991 when an illness interrupted her Wall Street career. Along with helping recovery, the impact of her meditation led to a lifelong pursuit of perceiving and sharing yogic wisdom. After practicing yoga for over a decade, Pam trained as a yoga instructor and opened a thriving yoga studio in her community. After a rewarding nine years, she sold the studio and now practices yoga, teaches workshops, writes, and empty-nests with her husband and her dog, Bodhi.